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Better leds for konqy

   3.0  

KDE Improvement

Score 71%
Better leds for konqy
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  714
Submitted:  Oct 15 2004
Updated:  Oct 16 2004

Description:

This is the smallest kde improvement you've ever seen!

In fact, if you can spot the change in the screenshot, you win the right to download the package!

Hint: Seriously, look for the bottom corner of the 2 kparts in the konq window, better leds... Kiss your KDE2 look goodbye!

Thanks to: Icon King! because the led comes from Nuvola. (The best icon set ever.)

INSTALLATION : put the 2 pics in /opt/kde/share/apps/konqueror/pics/
if your kde is in /opt/kde... else, locate share/apps/konqueror/pics in your distro.




Changelog:

##### UPDATE : You can get it if you have KDE 3.3.1, but it is now integrated in the CVS HEAD.

3.0: Ok, its smaller, and I admit it, it looks better, so thanks for harrassing me. Its got 2 pixels padding on each side so it wont look bad. Ive also included new frames for the anchor "checkbox" but its worth nothing... maybe someone will come up with a good idea.

2.0: NOW the background is transparent so there wont be problems with other color-schemes... and its 1 pixel smaller to please some guy...

Thats all!




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 A LOT BETTER

 
 by Exigentsky on: Oct 16 2004
 
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These leds look a lot better, far more lively and modern. They fir in better with icons like Nuvola and Crystal.

And what I love most is how clean your Konqueror version is. It's absolutely stunning! This is how I would expect the default to be.


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 Nice, but

 
 by blaster999 on: Oct 16 2004
 
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A very nice enhancement. However, I found a problem - the LED background isn't transparent :( My foreground color isn't white - it's light-grey, so active LED has too bright background. I fixed it by making the background transparent using GIMP (I could mail you the modified files if you wish - my email is soundblaster [at] aircom [dot] lv).


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wiled it.
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 !!!

 
 by The-Q on: Oct 16 2004
 
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1 pixel smaller?
that doesnt please me.


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 Nice!

 
 by fake on: Oct 16 2004
 
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Maybe if you submit your work to the kde-artists mailing list it'll be included in the next release ;-)

However, even if you resized it, it still is too big, expecially when compared to the previous led. I don't want my toolbar to waste precious pixels! Just resize it as the current led and it'll be fine...

Looking forward to see that in KDE 3.4!


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 in KDE3.4

 
 by qodsec on: Jan 29 2005
 
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this is in KDE 4.4 at least in the beta and the current CVS


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